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Will Smith has written a tribute to his former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-star James Avery, who played Uncle Phil on the hit US comedy.
Addressing the 68-year-old actor's death on New Year's Eve publicly for the first time, Smith wrote on Facebook: "Some of my greatest lessons in Acting, Living and being a respectable human being came through James Avery. Every young man needs an Uncle Phil. Rest in Peace."
He posted a 2011 picture of himself with the Fresh Prince cast, which he said showed the last time he and his TV uncle were together.
The show, which ran for six years and launched Smith's career, saw him playing wayward Will, a streetwise Philadelphia teen who moved in with his strait-laced Californian relatives to stay out of trouble.
Boris Johnson was joined by Hollywood star Will Smith and his son, Jayden, at a City Hall event today.
The Mayor of London tweeted that it was great to see them both.
Actor Will Smith offered some words of advice, as he addressed teenagers at a school in Tulse Hill.
This video posted on Youtube - and shot by Will Smith himself - shows school-girls in Lambeth going wild for their Hollywood visitor.
The Hollywood star - famous for roles in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Men in Black - met students at St Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls in Tulse Hill, doing a question and answer session and signing autographs.
Pupils at St Martins, many of whom are my constituents, had no idea Will Smith was coming to school today. Incredible reception!
Labour MP Chuka Umunna has given Will Smith a tour of Lambeth today, saying that the Hollywood star wanted to see the "real London".
The pair called into a music venue and a coffee shop in Brixton before taking questions from students at St Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls in Tulse Hill.